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Chess notes

By Harold Dondis and Patrick Wolff
October 12, 2009

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News has come to us via California that Jerry Hanken, very ill, was put on a ventilator and that his life ebbed away on Oct. 1. He was 74. Hanken has been one of the dominating personalities of the American chess scene for decades. He has been a politician, a battler, a reporter of great note, and to possibly sum ... (Full article: 588 words)

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